Hi, friends! Welcome to another addition of Travel Tuesday! Today I’m sharing part 2 of our trip to Charleston that was featured over in Design Aglow’s Travel with Photographers series! (Head over to last week’s post HERE to see part 1). I adored sharing my love of Charleston with tips on where to eat, sleep and explore in this gorgeous coastal city! Today I’m sharing my favorite film photos from our exploration that spanned from Rainbow Row to College of Charleston and through the gorgeous, historic South of Broad neighborhood!
Isn’t this little guy cute?! He’s enjoying my favorite early spring activity – relaxing with the sun on his face!
I love discovering little corners of the city like this gorgeous pink wall with these ornate windows!
Winter always makes me appreciate the first blooms of spring – I loved the streets lined with overflowing flower boxes!
I love photographing (and people watching) around the gorgeous Mills House in downtown Charleston. The gorgeous pink facade surrounded with the palm trees instantly puts a smile on my face!
I hope you’ve enjoyed a look at Charleston on film! Shot mainly on Kodak Ektar 100, with a roll of Kodak Portra 400 thrown in – developed at Richard Photo Lab. Happy Travel Tuesday!